Hot Find Friday: FreeYumm Foods

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As parents, we want easy snacks for on-the-go, at daycare, preschool and school. We are often told what types of foods we aren’t allowed to bring along somewhere due to allergies. This can be frustrating and also limits the choices when trying to buy easy, on-the-go stuff for the kids – that they actually like to eat.

FreeYumm Foods has a dedicated facility in North Vancouver, BC. Everything FreeYumm produces is free of the priority allergens (Dairy, Egg, Wheat/Gluten, Peanut, Tree Nut, Sesame, Soy, Sulphites and Seafood). Natural sweeteners such as Maple Syrup and Honey are chosen over processed cane sugar and Corn Syrup. With equal emphasis on being Yummy, FreeYumm is a brand that consumers rely on for delicious, safe and fun snacks.

“It is the single, powerful concept, of kids sharing food together that drives me and my business. From team snacks at soccer practice, to play dates, to School lunches….. I want all kids to be included and be able to share in the fun.” says founder Sarah, a local Mom herself.

FreeYumm uses simple, natural, high-quality ingredients. No gimmicks, starches or fillers. And by eliminating highly processed sugars and corn syrup, they produce products that almost every parent out there is excited to get their hands on.

Enter to win a lunch kit and three packages of FreeYumm granola bars now!

The FreeYumm promise:

The food inside will always be allergen free and safe, and it will always be Yummy!

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    The Blueberry Oat bars look super yummy! My kiddos go nuts over blueberries and its hard to find snacks that are good to go with blueberries in them! Thanks for making such a great product!

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    I’m most excited about the chocolate ganache mini cakes. My 3 year old was highly sensitive to cow milk proteins as a baby up until 2 years old. Since I was breastfeeding I also had to go dairy free and creamy chocolate cravings were the hardest to get over. Regardless of now being able to eat dairy (baby 2 is not CMPI) these sounds delicious to try!

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